posterior clinoid process

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posterior clinoid process

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the sharp superolateral corners of the dorsum sellae that provide attachment for connective tissue fibers that radiate within the tentorium cerebelli.
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Anteriorly, it is bounded by a bony ridge, the tuberculum sella, and posteriorly by the dorsum sella and the posterior clinoid processes.

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